To: Anne Fulker <>, canberrabirds <>
Subject: Choughs
From: Joan Lipscombe <>
Date: Mon, 14 May 2018 01:43:57 +0000
On 24/11/18, mid morning, I saw at least 150 choughs in ANBG.  They were moving around in an area of large eucalypts not far from the rainforest gully, squabbling loudly amongst themselves.  They seemed to be in two large groups, each group apparently attacking the other.  

Joan Lipscombe  

On 14 May 2018 at 10:32, Anne Fulker <> wrote:
I saw a few on Mt Taylor recently, they were picking up dirt in their beaks then preening a bit then repeating the process many times in completing their grooming.


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